“Filled with tension and heart-in-your-throat suspense that kept me guessing to the very end.”—Jennifer Brown, author of Hate List and Thousand Words on Six Months Later
Send me a name. Make someone pay.
Piper Woods can’t wait to graduate. To leave high school—and all the annoying cliques—behind. But when she finds a mysterious notebook filled with the sins of her fellow students, Piper’s suddenly drowning in their secrets.
And she’s not the only one watching…
An anonymous text invites Piper to choose: the cheater, the bully, the shoplifter. The popular kids with their dirty little secrets. And with one text, Piper can make them pay.
But the truth can be dangerous…
Praise for Six Months Later:
YALSA Teens Top 10 nominee
“[A] smart, edgy thriller.”—Kirkus
“Well paced and beautifully written…This romantic thriller will leave readers on the edge of their seats until the very last page. Recommend it to fans of Gayle Forman's If I Stay (Dutton, 2009) and Lissa Price's Starters (Delacorte, 2012)” – School Library Journal
“An intense psychological mystery… has the feel of a high-stakes poker game in which every player has something to hide.” –Publishers Weekly
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It should be a movie because it was so amazing 😱😱😱
I finished Natalie D Richard's other book, Six Months Later, in less than a day last month. I was so happy to see that a new book of hers was out. I also finished this one in a day; I was worried it might be too similar to Harriet the Spy, but this novel is unique. Like Six Months Later, there are unexpected twists and turns and characters that you can relate to and root for. I love this book, but hate it for setting high standards for all the books I will read in 2015.